In other post-communist election news, Hungarians once again proved to be too bored to whip up a neighbor-spooking nationalist frenzy, failing to achieve the required 50%+1 turnout to grant citizenship to the 5 million ethnic Hungarians who live on the other side of the Trianon borders, in poorer countries like Serbia, Romania and Slovakia. This is good and not-unexpected news for opponents of pointless geopolitical tension, and the low turnout also scotched a proposed ban on privatizing health care.
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